Now with Windows 11, a lot has changed visually. This also applies to a “function” that nobody wants to experience in action. The infamous, blue screen of death now becomes the black screen.
Fatal Windows crashes have resulted in many infamous BSODs for decades. The “Blue Screen of Death” indicates that Windows has crashed due to a critical error and must be restarted. It also displays an error code and an error message that indicate the cause of the crash and are useful for analysis.
With Windows 11 the traditional blue is now being replaced by plain black. We don’t have to come up with a new abbreviation – BSOD for the Black screen of Death still fits. And it will remain by far the most unpopular Windows feature in the future.